Bringing the benefits of membership in The Conference Board to mid-sized companies.
For senior executives at hundreds of mid-sized firms, a corporate membership in The Conference Board provides multiple opportunities to learn from peers while developing business relationships with companies across a broad spectrum of industries. Special benefits designed exclusively for the mid-market community include conference discounts, research reports, access to our Members Only website, compensation studies, topics such as The Maturing Workforce, Leadership Development, Executive Compensation and CEO Challenges .
Another key benefit available to mid-market members is participation in the Councils created specifically for mid-market leaders. These include the Executive Council for CEOs and Presidents of Mid-Market Firms (founded in 1966) and the Mid-Market Human Resources Council.
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17th Annual Talent Management Strategies Conference - New York
01 - 02 March, 2017 (New York, NY)
The 2017 Joint Ventures Conference
02 - 03 March, 2017 (New York, NY)
Globally, 2017 growth is projected at about 2.9 percent—a notch up from earlier projections. For the medium term, there are no signs as yet that policy changes will raise the trend.(Key Business Issues, February 2017)
DNA of Engagement 2017: Engagement Ecosystem(Key Business Issues, February 2017)
Diagnostic tool: DNA of Engagement 2017(Key Business Issues, February 2017)
Creating a More Sustainable World
01 March, 2017 03:00 PM ET [15:00] (New York), 08:00 PM UTC [20:00]
How can companies successfully navigate worldwide issues while still achieving a strong positive impact with their community-based initiatives? Hear about how companies are braving the world’s toughest issues and gain insights on how best to take your philanthropic/community programs to the next level. HRCI, SHRM, and CPE credit available
Economic Inequality: How Businesses Are Responding to This Complex Issue
06 March, 2017 10:00 AM ET [10:00] (New York), 03:00 PM UTC [15:00]
In this webcast, subject matter experts will reveal how the American public views business in the context of the economic inequality challenge, providing a case for industry involvement. CPE credit available